Jean-Luc Stevens

I am a final-year PhD in computational neuroscience at the University of Edinburgh working on large-scale models of the primary visual cortex. My scientific code is exclusively written in Python and is openly accessible together with my research publications under a BSD licence on GitHub. Much of my work has been aimed at making reproducible and open research a practical reality in Python, with particular emphasis on effective use of the IPython Notebook environment. In particular, I have authored two new open source projects, HoloViews and Lancet, that improve scientific reproducibility and that are in regular use by researchers outside of my own field.


Building complex visualizations easily for reproducible science

Saturday 11:15 a.m.–11:30 a.m. in Main conference room